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1
The world in which IPv6 was a good design (2017) (apenwarr.ca)
588 points by beefhash 14 days ago | 236 comments
2
Shazam-like technology used to identify bars illegally streaming soccer games (theverge.com)
464 points by rexbee 14 days ago | 311 comments
3
AMD Ryzen 9 3950X is the fastest processor on Geekbench (techquila.co.in)
461 points by areejs 14 days ago | 322 comments
4
The new Dropbox (dropbox.com)
458 points by yarapavan 14 days ago | 573 comments
5
To be great, be good repeatably (stephsmith.io)
432 points by stephsmithio 14 days ago | 46 comments
6
The New York Times course to teach its reporters data skills is now open-source (nytimes.com)
425 points by espeed 14 days ago | 82 comments
7
Green threads explained in 200 lines of Rust (gitbook.io)
374 points by taheris 14 days ago | 44 comments
8
Radiohead sells recordings to public after hacker threatens to leak them (scmagazine.com)
359 points by LinuxBender 14 days ago | 175 comments
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Hong Kong Police Fire Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets at Protesters (wsj.com)
356 points by JumpCrisscross 14 days ago | 211 comments
10
Kubernetes Failure Stories (github.com)
319 points by yankcrime 14 days ago | 154 comments
11
Why I Don't Like Golang (2016) (teamten.com)
296 points by Danieru 14 days ago | 286 comments
12
Saudi Arabia tracks runaway women by cellphone IMEI (businessinsider.com)
290 points by onetimemanytime 14 days ago | 153 comments
13
Google Photos will stop syncing to Drive (googleblog.com)
265 points by vanburen 14 days ago | 201 comments
14
Seattle has stopped charging people for personal drug possession (washingtonpost.com)
259 points by pseudolus 14 days ago | 334 comments
15
Technically, Earth Does Not Orbit Around the Sun (2014) (realclearscience.com)
256 points by gojomo 14 days ago | 199 comments
16
Maine Governor Signs Strictest Internet Protections in the U.S. (govtech.com)
256 points by eplanit 14 days ago | 121 comments
17
When Employees Use Software That IT Hasn’t Approved (hbr.org)
246 points by r0n0j0y 14 days ago | 317 comments
18
Dark Web Drug Sellers Dodge Police Crackdowns (nytimes.com)
245 points by wp381640 14 days ago | 237 comments
19
Facebook Emails Could Show Zuckerberg Knew of Questionable Privacy Practices (wsj.com)
244 points by Dajsvaro 14 days ago | 146 comments
20
On Dat (kickscondor.com)
244 points by unicornporn 14 days ago | 68 comments
21
Privacy Policies Are an Incomprehensible Disaster (nytimes.com)
233 points by tysone 14 days ago | 116 comments
22
Microsoft Alternatives project (MAlt): Taking back control using open software (home.cern)
231 points by jrepinc 14 days ago | 92 comments
23
HK's extradition law: Not just HK people have reason to fear Chinese “justice” (jeromecohen.net)
228 points by sexy_seedbox 14 days ago | 102 comments
24
Writers Are More Prolific When They Cluster (citylab.com)
219 points by overwhelm 14 days ago | 41 comments
25
Candida auris: A fungus hospitals don’t want to talk about (nytimes.com)
218 points by DVassallo 14 days ago | 69 comments
26
Interactive Charts with D3 (netlify.com)
213 points by msukmanowsky 14 days ago | 32 comments
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As Protesters Fill Hong Kong’s Streets, Businesses Are Alarmed, Too (nytimes.com)
209 points by ishikawa 14 days ago | 120 comments
28
I'll Let Myself In: Tactics of Physical Pen Testers (2017) [video] (youtube.com)
208 points by 333c 14 days ago | 24 comments
29
First U.S. use of CRISPR to directly target cancer seeks approval (statnews.com)
206 points by ChefboyOG 14 days ago | 46 comments
30
Researchers use lasers to detect and destroy tumor cells in melanoma patients (ieee.org)
202 points by headalgorithm 14 days ago | 44 comments

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